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Mideast / Cease-Fire Violations / United States / Israel / United Arab Republic / USSR #12250

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 03, 1970
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(Studio) United States responds to UAR-Soviet cease-fire violations.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(DC) [State Department spokesperson Robert McCLOSKEY - says United States has proof of violations; won't let Israeli security suffer; wants peace talks started.] Israel wants SAMs moved back, United States says can't force movement; Israel won't talk till missiles moved away from Suez Canal.
REPORTER: Sam Donaldson

(Tel Aviv, Israel) No talk till United States takes action against UAR; Defense Min. Moshe Dayan sways Cabinet to hawks.
REPORTER: John Rolfson

(Studio) United States increases aid to Israel incling. anti-SAM defense
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(No location given) Complex Shrike missiles destroy radar stations that guide SAMs.
REPORTER: Jules Bergman

(Studio) Institute for Strategic Studies reports 22 United Arab Republic surface to air missile II bases, 23 more under construction; 100 Soviet pilots, 10,000 advisers in Egypt.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Bergman, Jules;
Donaldson, Sam;
Reynolds, Frank;
Rolfson, John

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